Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen

Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen

Remember we told you about a stunning minimalist loft in Copenhagen? Here’s one more Copenhagen eye-candy, and it’s also adorably minimalist. The home was built in 1898 and renovated eight years ago—is a typical Danish townhouse, with five small levels that were separated into different spaces. The 2,000-square-foot Copenhagen townhouse is a modern haven with a distinctive design sensibility for a family with four children. Designed in a monochromatic palette, the home is the perfect combination of Scandinavian minimalism and homey comfort. The interior combine these colors with carefully chosen furniture pieces, heirlooms, and lighting to achieve a simple and strikingly modern yet personal design.

Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
Monochromatic Minimalist Townhouse In Copenhagen
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